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Recent studies of supported employment offer further evidence for its role in helping individuals with schizophrenia obtain competitive employment, earn more wages, and work more hours (36–38). Employment outcomes are better when there is greater fidelity to the supported employment model (39–41). Recent studies of supported employment have focused on improving long-term job retention and economic independence by augmenting supported employment with cognitive remediation (42,43), social skills training (44,45), and CBT (46,47).

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